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FORTY-NINTH ANNUAL REPORT
JOHN A. McOALL, President.
SUMMARY OF REPORT:
BUSINESS OF 1803.
Premium Income $ 27,4SS.0."7
Interest. Unntq. otn
Endowments and Annuities
Dividends, Purchased Insurance,
Total to Policy Holders
Number of New Policies Issued . . .
Amount of New Insurauco Written
CONDITION JANUARY 1, 1804.
Assets $118,700,781 20
Liabilities, -1 per cent Standard i:l,fl7",lol .03
Surplus 17,O2",030 18
Number of Policies in Force 2"i3,s70
Amount of Insurance in Force 770,1 ."r,(78 00
PROGRESS IN ISM.
Increase in Benefits to Policy Holder- t 1,043,437 SI
Increase in Assets . 11 ,201 ,fiS2 22
Increase in Surplus 220.0S2.ns
Increase iu Insurance Written ol, SI 2,044 00
Increase in Insurance in Force 80,008,0 10 DO
Increase in Number of Policies in Force 37,00s
Increase in Number of Policies Written iu 1803
over 1802 IS.S.VJ
Increase in New Premiums Income over that of
1802 1,1182,110k 42
In th following rtipocts tho Now York Llfo, in 1803, has BROKEN ALL
RECORDS ever mado by Horsolf or any othor Company.
Fihst Number of policies applied for in 1803 0.".f00
Skcosd Number of new policies actually written iu 1S03
Tiiiud Amount of new insurance issued in 1803 . . .1223,800,000
Fol'utii Number of new policies actually paid for in ISO.".
Fifth Net gain in new business over the previous year
Sixth Net increase in number of policies in force 37,008
Skvesth Net gain in insurance in force $S0,00S,OlO
O. O. BERGER,
bot-lm OKNKUAI. AOENT, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
PRICES REDUCED 25 PERCENT
-FOR FOUR WEEKS-
English Wardrobes, Plate Glass Front;
Marbletop Wash Stands,
Marbletop Dressing Tables,
Scotch Chests of Drawers,
Dining Hall and Parlor Chairs,
Rattan Suites, Pictures, Etc.
Koyal Worcester Vases,
Royal Worcester Tea Sets,
Dinner Sets, Tea Sets,
Decorated Vases, Tumblers, Glasses,
Claret Jugs, Lamps, Screens,
THEO. H. DAVIES to CO.
ft '17.1 .HSU fit I
i 3tf,S0:),J0 !W '
2,-H 1,1)0'..' HO
etc 1,103,-1."3 01
.f'228,-1 1 7,11-1 00
l Awarded !
Anhousor-Busch Brewing Co.
Wins tho Prize at tho
World's Fair with
Brand Beer. t
Sr. I.h m, (Vt. 'JS. lii'O
Mkr. UMni.NKiV I'll.. I.'it.,
lllltiultllll, II. 1.
V.ir flirt We Iiiivi- mailed j oil n uipy
of tliu UMiellemtirrnl iltiliimtieilii: t lit' nrc.it
victim won l tin Amii i hi-IU i u Aii-
fiATio.N with their "KAMI.K" Urninl of
(&lrciitl 'cjKiri In iiio'if-tlcitutrriil.)
WoriI'V l'Mit, I'iiu'xuo, til.., Ih-t. "JH
So award tins cut heen inndc so cratlfvini!
ItoM l.oul lioulilo unci mi luMlx merited
"" tliemiii cfvi'ii to-dax l the Columbian ,
Jllf 01 lilt' iri!l - I HIT. COHM!ltlKOl Kill-
noiiMJiir iiimrni'miM" hi iiiimukiium uuik,
,..-,... ...... .,-.--. . -....
in i no .IIIIIHlfir HIt,II ltriAlIILT ,1 IM'I1I
llnti. IU- iiii'IIiihIo llf llliril'lllllll Iiii.Iih
i-iit-riric, mill hy nlnj 1 1 1 iict matt rlnl
iir eorn ninl oilier ii.lulii-rHiif or Mirn.-1
:ntr, Hie (HlllTl'llt kil.I of Hie Anllf-IIM'r- '
.Jii-i-h luer Imvu i-.toih.- tin- fnxoriti- with
ironineu in .incrn-a nun i.iiroi', pti-iuu
Ilie Aiin-rh'flii ttii It-, and Inu- now eon
Hitoreil the lilirlif-t nw.ir.l In cr irtli-it
Inr, utileli I in tl to do i-otili1i'rotl l tlie
Ooliiiiililin jury. 'Hit- lilitli elnirnel) r of
the nutinl ulveii to-iliiy lij the Jiiror-s will
be lieller lllliler-loinl wli-n It l-ltuiwil tli.lt
tin- illiri-relit heer" exIiiMieil In llio All
lu'itMT'lltiM-li llrewltiit Aiieliilon Imd lo
eoliiete Willi liniiilreiU of the inn.t e-ci-el
that no oilier emuerii lint reeelved jo
iiimi.x iKiliit- furthe vnrli.n- iiiiati imi. i
leni ui"iim oi oiinr nreneri. i nu inei
Inert, nml Mr. Aitnlilni llil-eli t-iili ftel
proitu oer mi" ri-jiiui M iiu nieriieii
J GTtOUl3,f0;tH T
ttidr The above Is a Fac-slinllln of the
Label of the " LA(JLK " Brand wblcb took
i Mire lo
n-k for the "UAtil.l. '
Macfarlane & Co., L'd,
MlVtf .I'riifo fur llmiiiiniii hlnutlt
Tin- ulioie Mori Ifx ru'ilvul unutlier
I-iKlllllll lllMllll of
JapanuscSilk & Fancy Goods
Per S. S. "Oceanic."
Beautiful Silk and Grape
t'li'lilotis lulili ( uv'-r-,
lied t'ovir, (iiiwiin,
i 'In mlto, Mmnlh,
uoii.if.-j, si Aitrs,
hAhlll.x, JAt Ki:is.
i ATh, ii ki:i:s-,
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
in tiui: 'i vai:ii:iy
tA- lliii'etlun IU-'iH(iillj ImvIu-iI.
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Mrs , . V P. fid flfift PmnriP.trP.5C
' w ww..w.., . .r.
Rigger and Stevedore,
ESTIMAl'i: AS'll C'lS'lltM'rh S
Al.b KINDS ill" WUKK.
Tin- Schr. "MAINMAIII"
Will run rt-irn lurl liitwien tint orl mil
(i In I nit , K;iuulliMp ii, Mnluilelu, Kiuwe
mil nml I'uuil.i mi tin- I Inii'l of iialin,
I'or l'rei(;lil, di ., ii U in Hie l'itulii.
tTflu. Imi'ilre nl iiliii'e n( ,1 i. Wull.ir,
uvur -iru kilt, ll.nik lurl-triut. 017 tf
Hiiviiii! miI'I ir l.niln Mod. t..
Messrs. Hoke &zur0eweste
(Inr Mix I. ulll lie nil. I nnl ul print I re-
IiiiiiI irni- till lini'li il-l next ulen
" Mmii uul i i .1 i 1. 1 -i nt nml U)
mill i oili il In tin illmvi' Hun.
MRS, G, E, BOARDMAN
LOVED BY ANIMALS.
: Rosa Bonheur and Her Pet Lion j
Tho Great French Artist's First i
i Model, Which Sled in Her Arms.
i Hon Boiihour loxes tho nnimala I
she paints, and is iu turn adored by
'ulinnsa magnificent lion, who purred ,
and writhed like a gigautic cat when
I his owner fearlessly stroked his i
: miuht v head. Then, showing tho
head of a most superb specimen of i
tin' Aincan lion trausierreu to
canvas with startling realism, sho j
& M" Ifc ". 73 S
I Iniualily ferocious, and lived for sov-'
I oral years in the garden at By. At
last one day J(ua IJonuour was
about to travel, and disposed of
Nero to tho Jardin des Plantos. Sho
parted with him reluctantly, for ho
was a great pet, and would greot her
always with a peculiar little noto of ,
When sho returned from hor wan
derings two years later sho wont to '
see her Nero, and beheld a sad sight.
The poor creature had not boon so
i... .., i... -..i..i.i...j i..i ... :..
caroiuiiy tunucu as no was used to
"" 1 ,i i V t , , i . i ti i j
; uraniiuuuiu uiiuuity uuuuauu
iuiiul;, mini'uu.iji; uiu curiuus crowns i
ill ii i. Hi.-iriin in iiiiii. mmn niiiiniuir
. -l ... I.:. 1J. Il....l....
watched him for a moment and then
called "N'oroP Tho effect was main
t.a. T1L. lion roso to his foot, uttered
l.l. ni..iiliininil lwl...if wntnAtim nml
"s --'"8te "oleol welcome, anil
sprang lownni 1110 weii-oeioveu .
voice w Ih such impetuosity that tho
shuck against the bars sent tho
sightless brute rolling, stunned, back
on thu lloor. Tho great artist took
him bai-k, soothed his last days with
tendam-e and petting, and finally ho
iliiwl iti Inir firma nt t Ink f.wil .if I tin '
staircase at ll, his IlllgO paws cling-
jK to ,js mistress as If imploring
tug to ins mistress as u imploring ,
her not to for-ako him iu Ids death ,
her not to forako him in his death ;
struggle, and his last movement 1
being a feeble attempt to lick the '
nanus that lield mm with such in
finite tenderness. "You see." said i
, really beloved by wild beasts you
muni reallj loo them." Pari hllrr ,
in the l'hittulililiia Teleyraph.
CHAMELEONS HAVE FEELINOS.
Judco Campboll Intonda to Punish
tho Fromotor of a Fad. ,
Judge Campbell decided yestor-!
da that it was very cruel to tio lit
tle gold chains around tho necks of
chameleons and wear thotn for orna
incuts II. M. Moutloy was arrested
home lime ago on a charge of cruel
ty to l ho toy reptiles, ami after hear
ing the arguments of both sidos thu
Court assumed tho role of a special
ist and made a few vxuerlments. As
the result of tho Judge's discoveries
Uentley was convicted yesterday and
ordered to appear to-morrow for
sentence. C. L. Gunn, tho defend-'
nnt'h attorney, gao notice of his in
tention to appeal tho caso to tho Su- j
The ca-o of C. A. Kern, a druggist
who was arrested at tho same timo I
on a bimilar charge, was coutiuuod '
until iut Tuesday. .S". F. Chronicle, '
Tho Firt Meonchaum Fipo.
A shoemaker, Kavol Kowates, who,
in ksii-'t, lived at iVsth, tho capital of
Hungary, smoked tho first nicer-
Pi'lirilim nine. Husiiles lmlnt' n nliiiit.
- , n
I maker, liowover, ho was ono of
nature's handicraftsmen, being gift-'
ed with an intuitive gonitis for carv-
mi' in wood and other material
This brought him iu contact with
Count Andrassy, with whom ho bo-
(.mm n lrmnL fnnriln.
Tim Count on his return from a
" . """ .
mUsion to Turkey brought with him
a piece of whitish clay, which had
heeu presented to Him as a curiosity
i ou account oi its extraordinarily
light specific gravity. It struck tho ;
slioeiuakur that, being porous, it
in list be well adapted for pipes, as I
it would absorb the nicotine. Tho
experiment was tried, and Kavol cut
I it pipe for tho Count and ono for
himself. Tho first meerschaum pipe '
ever made and smoked by Kavol
Kowates has beeu preserved iu tho
I muhotim at Posth. -liirhaiuje. I
Ills Momory Wonderful.
A well-known railroad mau told
j the following story tho other day:
"When 1 was at Maudau, N. D., wo
I had a mau vhuu memory of car
j numbers wa really remarkable, i
i When a train whibtled into thu yard
lie would Mop to the platform, and,
without a book or pencil, would
stand ami watch the cars go by. If
any ono was standing near he would
converse upon whato or subjoct oc
curred, and when tho conversation ,
was ended he would stop iuto his of-
lice and make a complete and accu
I rate record of thu train, begiuuiug
I at thu first car and ending with tho I
. caboose. .Sometimes, just to tost '
him, we would gut him to begin at '
the eaiioo,o and write tho numbers
her wax. or else boiriu iu tho
j middle of the train and work both
I ways, lie uexer mado a mistake
I that 1 reiuembor. Car numbers, tho
I names of the roads to xvhich thoy
iieinugeii anil tuoir relative position ,
in the tram would all be recorded
accurately. His xvas the most ro-
markable memory that I uxor knew
of." .I mn iiikh Standard.
Language of Sealing Wax.
iu France sealing wax has by no
means been displaced by the intro
duction of gummed envelopes. There
i- eeu a ort of code or language of
sealing wax among fashionable poo- i
pie. White sealing xvax is chosen
for communications relating to wed
dings, lilack for obituaries, xiolet for
expressions of sympathy, chocolate
for imitations to dinner, red for
busmen, ruby for engaged (oxers'
let tors, gri-oii for letters from lot urn
who bxe iu hopes, and brown for re
fusals of oilers of marriage, xvhile
blue denotes constancy, yellow Jeal
ousy, palo green reproaches, and
iiiiiIi is iiod by young girls and gray
n i: . i t rt . . i i it i .i
All ktnds of Commercial Printing
promptly executed at low rates nt the
ii ii . nai
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
Spectacles and Lyeglasvs, but we can
fit you at prices in accordance with the
"" " "
DOLLS & GAMES
,s nu' A830llTi;i).
AM. KINDS OF
Tin- Kliif-of All Tyjiew rller-
T3iivcoa nrA Oavil faeoo
xruises anu oaia oases,
,,,., Je u
icuuu navkcis auu ouppue;,
Croquet and Baseball Goods,
Supply of Fine Stationery,
Guitars from $4.00 Up.
zr Music and Books ordered by
Anil don't foririt CASH l the
Imhlx of our liti'lnex. nml it nlwn s talk.
FOR, SALE !
Tin- tiiuUTKljjiieit oilers for Milo the follow.
Iiik lleiiuilfnl htock:
nni. five iiiiiui-
i ash Tile ruiLini.Mi NWirm
"Anglo A.," "Josio V,"
Sllii.. nillf!i.-. nn,i n,M.
.-- .....V.. .... tw..v
"Vum Yum" and Colt,
, ... , .. i,
"Truu Illue" anil Colt,
I'll 1 1 IVillu-reeH ot die aliovv cull Ihi
neuii nt (Ineiilltlil tjtutilei, wliere prlie unci
terinn can lie urruni;uil to unit tliu times.
GreenDeld Stables, : Kapiolani Park.
W. II. KICKAJID.
Mokuleia Stock Farm,
WII.I. COVKIt TI'.N MAUKS AT
"Sonny Boy" Service, S20.
FINE HOuSGSjOR SALE !
rnirri.i tit . 4 -x-r
I ' liKJn. v . U.V 1 ,
' n37 2ni-a8t MiuiuKor.
i - -
i ir VTTn'vTTTn ii atz-itt
KAJN JliUJllij UAJN (JJ1
llijoil l'liMiuiiKu lix the nioiiili er.xeiir.
IIurui uiu lie well.liiokeil ultui
nml kept In iiilitncki.
TIIR TMlll lllll IRUTTIMI kTXIIIUN
" 2TU T G-ll O-V B,"
lln'iml '.':').' in lloiiolnlii,
Will iniilx ilui semoii nt till' Itmieh until
Jul) 1, 1MH. li:it.M.to.
Dl.M llll'lliiM l'mlul IK-rfl, lilmiil h,l), IU
Imnils lilidi nml ui inln lliiO iminili,
I'l luiiiu n ll ' i,r HVeiiiir," h "Ail-
lllllllntrilt'ir," ll "lt,Ml)k'rt Huilllltlllllllll
10." U.iiii lij "NulHiiml," reeonl U':ls4.
I'or funlier inirtleular iiiil) to
.1. I' MKS'HUM A Kiiiioulif, or.
I'. IIOII i;, llniiuliilii.
ANt'MIU'.H OF THYI'illS. WATKIt
r.i.kn (iron IiiiiiiuI J-il) i;iiIIiiii uieh),
(Jural llm k, In iiimillliei to iilt, deliv, led
" nine run in rol u i-u lit T. tun n
.r umj Apply to
i !' W. HAWI.IN8,
I U Ttlu M P. O. llm I. v-Mui
Notice to Consumers I
The new teorks of the Ifauaiian
Electric Co. leiny now completed,
notice is hereby given that from
and after January 15th the Com
pany i prepared to supply incan
descent electric lighting to cus
tomers. In a few days the Company will
also be prepared to furnish electric
motors for power, and of which
due notice will be given.
The Company further announce
that they are prepared to receive
orders for interior uiring and can
furnish fixtures and all fittings in
connection with new service.
Printed rules, regulations and
Company's rates can be had on
application to the Superintendent.
Wm. G. IRWIN,
I'KKSIDI'.NT II. K. CO.
I'. O. Hex 31.
411 KINO STREET.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
I'cr 8. S. "Oceanic." Dee. 4th,
a i.xnoE vaiuety or
Suitable for Christmas Trade.
OI Dlllcrent Varieties and Latent 1'iiUeriis.
8HIHT8, SILK HANDKKUOHlKrS,
Etc., KtP., Ktc, Ktc.
TiO-w Prioes !
411 -:- King-:-Street
Corner Hotel anil Niiiiiuni Sin.
. . MUTUAL TELE. No. 438 . .
Itecclveil r 8. 8. "Occiinle"
Silk Dress Goods,
tallies' and dents' Silk Hiuidkerclilufa,
Gents' Bills. Snirts
With Kour-ln-lmnil Ties to timtcli.
WiiuNor Silk Heariii, extra lout-; Ijidlo-.'
and Gents' bilk hushes, all lmdu.s;
Japanese Cropo of All Colors,
Uentloinon'H Juimnese Cruiie ShirU iniidii
iu YoLolinuia jierfect lit.
I.iulleH' and OenlH' l'lnu Htraw Hutu,
Jupnueotf (Jliina Tia betx,
JiiimieM) Flow or l'ot,
l.ailles' Silk UhuinUe,
llamUoiiio bilk (Jullts, Ktc.
Tho Hint I'ooil lor Infants
We have u lare iinsortiuont of
Which we oiler at Very Itcusoimlile l'rieus.
A FINK JAl'ANKSK bfEAMEIt
Due here on or about Match '.Vith, and
will lie ilenpatehiil with Mulls ami
ru-uiii!erb for the iilmx-e
i'ort on ii r uhont
I'or further particulars reanlln
' I'liwhiitrit ii in 1 1 n lirlil nitittii In
"ti ' .v..t! ....,j tf
K. OGURA & CO.,
IU! Jin aoi:nt8.
For Loenl Ncwh
Are Receiving Xexv Invoices of
BOOK AND JOB STOCK
BY EVERY STEAMER
Where they arc fully prepared to do nil
kinds ot work In the latest itylci, at
the riiortcit notice mid at thu
uioit Rvaionublu Iintei.
Fine Job Work In Colors a Specialty I
Executed In thu Most Attractive
Reud tho following partial list of spec
ialties and got thoBuLLKTiN's prlceH be
fore placing your orders, liy so doing
you xx 111 uve both tlmo and uiouuy.
liills of Ludiug,
Receipts of ull kinds,
Lahels of every vurioty,
l'utitimiH iu any language,
Envelopes & Letter Circulars,
Sporting Scores it Records,
Perpetual Washing Lists,
General Hook Work,
Eto., Etc., Etc., Etc.,
Printed and Worked whun desired.
r No .lob is allowed to leave Ilia of
llce until it give mtuliiction,